LEMAIRE, DANIELLE - Kill Your Darlings... Not!

Edition of 50. -¢‚Ǩ-ìIts not very often we review a cassette with no less than fifty-five songs on them, but heres one, and each one is mentioned on the cover. In a way one could perhaps see this as a companion release to The Vaults, a double 10-¢‚Ǩ¬- released by Danielle Lemaire and Jan van den Dobbelsteen (which was reviewed in Vital Weekly 949, and for which I got a mild slap on the wrist: I hadnt mentioned the cover. The cover of that double 10-¢‚Ǩ¬- looks great, printed by Knust in Nijmegen on their riso machines and has a great naive charm, which adds to the music), as these fifty-five pieces are from roughly 2003 to 2014 and are short, sketch like, with Danielle Lemaire mostly using her voice, telling stories, singing, whispering, moaning and whatever else; sometimes she plays her trademark percussion (xylophones mostly), organ and whatever she else can use. Its all very small and intimate music, almost like a poetry release. Obviously (?) I lost my way while playing this and looking at the track list; it acted in the end more as an endless, unconscious stream of sounds, words, music, and environments. Comes with a nice cover too!-¢‚Ǩ¬ù - Vital Weekly.
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